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AdelaVoice is coming out with app that will allow drivers to compose, hear and respond to text messages without touching a single button on their phones.
If you are an employee of the Senate, soon you too may be not allowed to text while driving.
Distracted driving affects everyone on the road. Over the last nine months there has been nearly a 50 percent increase in distracted driving-related citations in Fairfax County compared to the same time last year.
A bill moving through Maryland's General Assembly would tighten the state's ban on texting wile driving.
In a report released Monday, D.C. is ranked the best in the country for traffic safety restrictions since the city has passed 13.5 of 15 key laws.
Do you worry about your kids texting and driving? Maybe you even need some help with your own willpower. There are apps to help.
Drivers are not solely responsible for safety on the roads, particularly as statistics show pedestrian deaths in the first half of last year increased in D.C. and Virginia.
Randy from Frederick sees a lot of Maryland drivers using their mobile phone while driving, without the use of a hands-free system. He asks the WTOP Answer Desk: Is there a way for other drivers to file reports or call authorities for these illegal actions?
U.S. Transportation Secretary Ray LaHood says people need to "take personal responsibility" and not use cell phones while driving.
More than 11,000 citations have already been issued in the District.